Saturday, November 17th 2007

BFG Announces New BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT OC2 Graphics Cards

BFG Technologies, the leading North American and European NVIDIA supplier of advanced 3D graphics cards, motherboards, power supplies and other PC enthusiast products, announced today the BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT OC2 512MB PCI Express 2.0 graphics card for a suggested retail price of $319 USD.


“Just in time for the launch of the hottest game of the season, the BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT OC2 512MB offers mind-blowing performance at an insane price” said Dean Brady, Sr. Director of marketing at BFG Technologies.

8800 OC2 Performance, BFG Tech Quality
When you want the fastest hand-picked 100% tested 8800 GT, look no further than the BFG OC2 series. The BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT OC2 512MB is the perfect match of performance and reliability, all backed by a legendary true lifetime warranty and 24/7 tech support!

BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT OC2 512MB:
Core Clock: 675MHz vs. standard 600MHz.
Shader Clock: 1674MHz vs. standard 1500MHz.
Memory Clock: 1950MHz vs. standard 1800MHz.

The BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT OC2 512MB is available at leading retail and etail outlets throughout North America and Europe.Source: BFG
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13 Comments on BFG Announces New BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT OC2 Graphics Cards

#1
Spunky
Nice, but my 8800 Ultras still crush it. :P
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#2
Aeon19
by: Spunky
Nice, but my 8800 Ultras still crush it. :P
im wrong or the zotac as already 700/2000 as frequency? :confused:
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#3
largon
Zotac AMP! editions are 700/1700/1000
Nice, but my 8800 Ultras still crush it.
@ ~3x the price of a GT. Each card that is.
:P
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Spunky
by: largon
Zotac AMP! editions are 700/1700/1000
@ ~3x the price of a GT. Each card that is.
:P
True, but the Ultra is the top of the line, so that's to be expected.
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#5
UnXpectedError
so much for the around or under $250 msrp set by Nvidia... i guess companies are seeing that they can sell this card for much more then was originally set... and yes i know its a stock oc card... i just cant justify the $319 price.. thats 22% more then the Nvidia said msrp of a stock 8800GT

at this price point its $100 more then a HD3870... if ATI can keep up with stocking im sure there alternative to the 8800GT will start looking better and better to consumers everyday
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#6
springs113
by: UnXpectedError
so much for the around or under $250 msrp set by Nvidia... i guess companies are seeing that they can sell this card for much more then was originally set... and yes i know its a stock oc card... i just cant justify the $319 price.. thats 22% more then the Nvidia said msrp of a stock 8800GT

at this price point its $100 more then a HD3870... if ATI can keep up with stocking im sure there alternative to the 8800GT will start looking better and better to consumers everyday
very much so..but unfortunately i cannot find any 3870s at all
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#7
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
with this OC its a shame they cant give it a dual slot cooler & keep temps from hitting the 90'c mark. tho it also depends on the temp of your room & ventillation inside your case.

Ive had problems a past summer just gone where it was so hot in my room even my x850XT PE was suffering artifacting & I had a artic silencer on it!!!

I pretty much re-frained from gaming until the even when it was much cooler.

(also I for got to mention, my AMD FX-55 clawhammer was hitting 70'c+ temps that summer. usually its areound 50-60'c)

Id be pretty worried about gaming with these during a heat wave
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#8
mas0n
Buy the cheapest, slowest 8800gt you can find, spend the extra money on an after market cooler and OC like none other.
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#9
OnBoard
by: mas0n
Buy the cheapest, slowest 8800gt you can find, spend the extra money on an after market cooler and OC like none other.
Yeah, I would, but there are none :) Nice cooler btw. I'd buy that as well, but haven't come here yet and think my VF900 will do fine, just need memsinks (&voltage). Hopefully next week there is enough 8800GTs for everyone, the more NVIDIA is out of stock of them, the more tempting 3870 becomes and I'm not alone. (not that those are stock yet either)
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#10
trt740
by: Spunky
Nice, but my 8800 Ultras still crush it. :P
Um can I give ya a BIG DAAAAA no kidding and the ultras cost 600 or more and the 8800 gt cost 249 to 319 . The master of the obvious!!!!!! :roll::roll:
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#11
Aeon19
Can u tell me if im right:

does the 8800 GT by Zotac has already 700/2000 as frequency? and can beat this BFG?
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#12
trt740
by: Aeon19
Can u tell me if im right:

does the 8800 GT by Zotac has already 700/2000 as frequency? and can beat this BFG?
it should beat the bfg yes
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#13
Xaser04
Best thing about these cards is the lifetime warranty (10 years in the EU IIRC).

Interestingly the BFG 8800GT OC is also one of the cheapest 8800GTs you can buy here in the UK.
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